Employment and "carry on a vocation" include employment that is full-time or part-time for a period of time exceeding 14 days or for an aggregate period of time exceeding 30 days during any calendar year, whether financially compensated, volunteered, or for the purpose of government or educational benefit.
If you have changed your address of residence, and did not re-register the change of address as required by law within three (3) days of relocating, you will not receive your verification forms in the mail and are in violation of the law.
VINE is a 24-hour; anonymous, computer-based telephone service that provides inmate information.
Only the information on the web site can be disseminated to the public.
The form shall contain in bold print a statement indicating that failure to comply with the registration required is punishable as provided in § 18.2-472.1.
Every person required to register, other than a person convicted of a sexually violent offense or murder, shall reregister with the State Police on an annual basis from the date of the initial registration.
Registration means that the person has notified the State Police, confirmed his current physical and mailing address and provided such other information, including identifying information, which the State Police may require.
Upon registration and as may be necessary thereafter, the State Police shall provide the person with an address verification form to be used for registration.
My father is a violent offender and is terminally ill. Will this information be made available for the public to access through this website?
He is not able to leave the house due to his condition; so therefore, he would not be able to reoffend? I am trying to locate a prisoner that was arrested five years ago that has moved from Merrimac Prison to another prison in Virginia. You can review all the statutes that govern the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry by accessing the Virginia Legislative Information Website at the following link: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act Every person required to register shall register in person within three (3) days of his release from confinement in a state, local or juvenile correctional facility or, if a sentence of confinement is not imposed, within three days of suspension of the sentence or in the case of a juvenile disposition.
If you have not moved and/or you have complied with all registration duties and have not yet received the re-registration form, have your Registry Number available and phone (804) 674-3085.
You can check the status of an inmate through the Department of Corrections Inmate Locator interface located at: Inmate Locator You can also call the Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE), toll-free at 800-467-4943.
Every person convicted of a sexually violent offense or murder shall register with the State Police every 90 days from the date of initial registration. Any person convicted of a violation of § 18.2-472.1 , other than a person convicted of a sexually violent offense or murder, shall register with the State Police every 180 days from the date of such conviction.